- Nathan Brody
Cognitive and educational psychologists, social psychologists with an interest in individual differences, and graduate students in intelligence.
Hardbound, 395 Pages
Published: March 1992
Imprint: Academic Press
This is a well-written, comprehensive review of the current issues in the field. The analyses are detailed, accurate, and illuminating as they point up a number of specific questions that require and are amenable to research. It should serve well as the primarly text for upperlevel undergraduate or graduate courses on intelligence.